Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.

A dejected, and rejected, Miller hatched a clever new scheme this week in “Static” – a good episode that was engaging and informative, but also somewhat motionless.

A frustrated Naomi blew off steam (thanks to Cara Gee’s “whatshername” character), a guilt-ridden Alex locked himself inside a simulator, and Amos managed to find a way to connect with a captured Protogen scientist in a chapter that felt a lot like a comedown from the massive conflict waged back in the season premiere.

But let’s stick with Miller here. Right when it looked like he’d found a new home with the crew of the Roci, Miller got bounced for shooting Dr. Dresden. An action that we’d find out, later on, was done because the madman was actually making a bit of sense. You know, in a cold and calculating “greater good” way. Anyhow, Miller now found himself undone, from an arc standpoint. Where would he go? Meaning, both literally and figuratively.

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Source: The Expanse: "Static" Review

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